The Deputy of the state Duma sang about the last battle for the sake of “uncle Vova”

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State Duma Deputy Anne Kuvychko (“United Russia”) together with pupils of the cadet class of the Volgograd school sang the song Vyacheslav Antonov “Uncle Vova”. A video posted on YouTube.

In the clip, the children sing about the readiness to go to the last fight for “uncle Vova”:

“The twenty-first century has come, the earth from the wars tired.The population of the world hegemon got.In the EU no opinion, middle East is groaning in misery. The ocean is deprived of the power of the PresidentUs from the Northern seas, far to the southern borders,From the Kuril Islands, to the Baltic shores In this land there would be peace, but if the commander Call last fight, uncle Vova, we with you!”

As noted Kuvychko in an interview with “Moskovsky Komsomolets”, the current generation of Volgograd brought up on the exploits of the defenders of Stalingrad and understands “that the peaceful blue sky of their great-grandfathers once fought here, on the Stalingrad earth.”

“Now they face other challenges no less serious than before. But they will cope and they will be victorious!” she said.

According to the newspaper, the MP published the video on his page in Facebook, but then deleted the account.

Kuvychko member of the Duma Committee on family, women and children, during the work in the lower house of Parliament, she participated in the drafting of five bills.

In August, the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya took part in the filming of the music video for the song “Ships”.